Thinking in systems
Designer in Residence Program of the HfG-Archiv/Museum Ulm
In the 1950s and 1960s, the Ulm School of Design was one of the centres for the education in industrial design. Founded as a successor to the Bauhaus, it quickly developed its own profile in this field.
The architect and designer Hans Gugelot (1920-1965) played a decisive role in this development. The HfG-Archiv/Museum Ulm will dedicate an exhibition to him in 2020.
Parallel to this, the HfG Archive/Museum Ulm is now offering a scholarship for the second time as part of its Designer in Residence programme. With this series, the HfG Archive is pursuing the goal of combining its own dual function as a museum and archive in the rooms of the former Ulm School of Design with contemporary design research and mediation.
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